Survey reporting isn’t a prescribed formula.
You must present your findings in a meaningful way that caters to the audience at hand. To do so, many communicators create a presentation and a report.
A presentation can provide need-to-know insights in a quick, informative way. Meanwhile, a report can provide analysis of statistics, methodology and executable actions.
How to create a survey presentation
This should deliver need-to-know information in an engaging and informative way. Think of it as the CliffsNotes version of your report. To accomplish this, here are some tips:
Start with a headline. What’s the most important piece of information in your findings? Start there, and trim that point into a succinct, newspaper-like headline. You may have several key points; just prioritize them. Each headline represents its own slide, to which you’ll add data and visuals.